Florida Tours

We love Disney World just as much as you, but want to remind you and your clients know about Orlando’s family-friendly options beyond the Mouse…

Sea World• SeaWorld Orlando lets you swim with dolphins and dine with Shamu, in addition to taking in rides and entertainment. The park is limited to just 1,000 people a day, so its advisable to purchase tickets in advance. Visit www.seaworld.com.

Universal• Universal Orlando is an attraction worthy of its rivalry with nearby Disney. In addition to theme parks, the resort offers accommodations, nightlife, shows and events. One of our insiders particularly enjoyed the park’s Adventures of Spider-Man ride, which has guests fly through a virtual New York adorned with 3-D glasses. Visit www.universalorlando.com.

Kennedy Space Center• Orlando’s Kennedy Space Center recently opened its $60 million space shuttle launch simulator, which clients can check out in addition to touring launch areas, meeting an astronaut and even view a launch, if it’s a day a rocket takes off. Visit www.kennedyspacecenter.com.

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